Source: Playing list changes

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 15: Jackson Nelson of the Eagles and Harry Dear of the Crows in action during the AFLX match between the Adelaide Crows and the West Coast Eagles at Hindmarsh Stadium on February 15, 2018 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

The Adelaide Football Club would like to thank Harry Dear, Jackson Edwards and Ben Jarman for their dedication and commitment to the Crows.

The trio was told on Tuesday afternoon their contracts would not be renewed.

Crows Head of Football Brett Burton praised the players for their contribution to the Club.

“It’s always a difficult time of the year in the AFL industry,” Burton said.

“Harry, Jackson and Ben are all quality young men and their commitment during their time at the Club has been first-class.

“On behalf of everyone at the Adelaide Football Club, we wish them all the best in the future.

“They will always be part of the Crows family.”

Dear was recruited with pick No. 58 in the 2014 AFL National Draft and played 50 SANFL games across his four seasons at the Club.

Jarman and Edwards were both father-son selections for the Crows, taken in the 2016 and 2017 rookie drafts respectively.

Their departures follow the retirements of Sam Gibson and Curtly Hampton, bringing the Club’s number of list changes to five at this stage.

The Club will be making no further list changes until after the upcoming AFL trade period.